When was the last time you had an art project in your math class? For Project 2, use a fractal art program to create a fractal image. The objective is to develop the most inspiring image as voted on by your classmates (no, you cannot vote for your own fractal image!). When developing your fractal image, you may create any type of fractal art, including Mandelbrot Sets, Julia Sets, fractal landscapes, or nature pictures made of self-replicating fractals. The option is yours. Be creative! Be sure to include the following elements in your submission: 1) An explanation of the mathematical algorithms, values, and software utilized to generate the fractal 2) Saint Leo color scheme, logos, or landscape In addition, any comments or recommendations on this project for future students are greatly appreciated. You will post this project to the Project 2 Discussion Board no later than Sunday 11:59 EST/EDT. Since you are creating this image, you will own the copyright for the image you create. Digital watermarks on the image are acceptable (this allows evaluation versions of several programs to avoid purchase). Be sure to review the rubric for this project before submission. Once submitted, please vote for your favorite fractal using the discussion tool. To help you get started, the links below include some software that might help. Fractal Arts Opens in new tab icon – They have many images and also a page with software available on the internet. The gallery might give you some ideas, and the software page has links to several programs that could be useful. Fractal Foundation Opens in new tab icon – This site has some award-winning fractal art for inspiration. Also, it lists the software used. Some of this software is powerful but has a high learning curve. Ultra Fractal Opens in new tab icon – This appears to be a popular application for artwork. There is an evaluation version that includes a watermark, which is ugly but acceptable. Download.com Opens in new tab icon – This site has links to Fractal DRAW Pro and will perform self-replicating fractals. You can also find links to Genesis ll software that will create fractal landscapes. Do not wait until the last minute to create your fractal. This project can be an enjoyable way to discover math if you give yourself some time to use the fractal image applications proficiently.